Summer fete a success at March care home
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Home baked goodies and vintage musical entertainment was among the treats in store for visitors to a summer fete at a March care home.
Clovelly House in March opened its doors for the annual event with guest stars Back Two who performed hits from the 50s and 60s throughout the day.
Sally Rose and Paul Hayward are a popular vocal duo who sing live to their own bespoke backing tracks.
Also at the Clovelly afternoon were a stall of home baked cakes, refreshments, a tombola and games like hook a duck.
A spokesman for the home said: “The weather was lovely which really helped make it a successful day.
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“We raised more than £500 which will go towards our amenity fund for entertainment and days out.”
Family and friends alongside members of the public enjoyed the event at the family-run Station Road venue that has accommodation for 21 elderly residents.
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Some of the other events enjoyed at the home include music days, celebrating national saints, knees up music events and living your faith days.